An interesting detached period property with an attached barn and outbuildings set in over six acres.
Crabbwell Farm is an interesting detached Grade II Listed period property dating possibly from the late 17th century or early 18th century, and boasts an immense amount of period charm and character which includes inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and timbers etc. The property is traditionally built with rendered and colourwashed exterior elevations under a roof that is principally tiled and offers great possibilities for extending the accommodation by incorporating the adjoining barn which is currently used as a summer sitting room with a garden room off. There is also the possibility, subject to planning, of making a separate wing.
Outside there is also a useful range of other outbuildings including two detached double garage modern buildings to the north of the property, as well as a field shelter for animals. The property is set back off the lane and stands in attractive mature gardens which are profusely stocked with a great variety of colourful plants and shrubs and include a small spring fed pond adjacent to which is a summer house. The land is in two parcels, one long field to the rear of the property and a further large paddock to the north east, and in all extends to approximately 6.2 acres.
The property is approached from Broom Lane over a double gated gravelled driveway which sweeps up to the house where there is parking for several vehicles. Adjacent to this is a large garage/workshop, to the east of which is an enclosed area in which there is a former swimming pool.
As mentioned, the gardens are fairly level and interspersed with a huge variety of colourful plants shrubs and trees including a splendid Lime tree. There is also a vegetable garden with raised beds, small pond with summer house, as well as a bog garden. Attractive rural views are enjoyed from the gardens. To the north east of the property is a further yard to which there is a timber stable block comprising three stables. Beyond which is a further range of modern outbuildings including a block built double garage, single garage, adjoining gym and open hay store barn. These buildings have many potential uses. Between the two garages is a viewing platform. Access here leads to the main paddock in which there is a field shelter and in all the land extends to approximately 6.2 acres. NB there is a Public Footpath through the long field to the rear of the property.
Crabbwell Farm is situated in a convenient location on the edge of the small scattered hamlet of Tytherleigh which is readily accessible to the market town of Axminster, as well as Chard in Somerset. The property stands in a rural location on the very outskirts of the village and is tucked back off the lane. Pleasant views are enjoyed from the property the gardens and grounds.
Tytherleigh is a small hamlet situated about 5 miles from the market town of Axminster and has a popular Public House and is also close to the village of Chardstock which has a village shop/post office, primary school, pretty church and the George Inn Both Axminster and Chard lie approximately 5 miles away, both of which have a wide range of shopping and recreational facilities and Axminster having a mainline rail link to London (Waterloo). The World Heritage Coastline colloquially known as The Jurassic Coast, lies about 12 miles to the south at the popular coastal resort of Lyme Regis, and there are some beautiful country walks in the near vicinity over the myriad of footpaths and bridleways.